Sometimes it is useful being old as you recall things that no longer seem to be documented, or at least have been forgotten by most people.
A case in point was a recent discussion elsewhere and in more than one place about the conditions under which City Link, a pay road, was built. I did not correct anyone who had things wrong and things may have changed since I gained my knowledge. I recall it vividly because it was such an outrage, and even now I can feel my temperature rising. Without going into the detail, people were deliberately funnelled onto City Link so the the private company who owns it would make more money and public roads, with some improvements to them, were turned into private roads. Go south, north or west in Melbourne, and there will be a toll road. Not so for the freeway to the expensive eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Oh no, they have a lovely wide freeway which is actually free.
This talk I will scotch though. This is Melbourne's Princes Bridge and a lovely and fine old bridge it is too. There is chatter about it it becoming a one lane in each direction for cars, the extra space taken by a bicycle lane and and more width for trams. You can see where the pedestrians walk in this Google Map image. The line beside them is a dividing line on the footpath for cyclists using the bridge, the other side of the bridge having the same treatment. What about where the bicycles are now? That looks like a bike lane on the roadway, albeit a narrow one.
It is not a bike lane and was never meant to be. There were incidents of pedestrians on the footpath walking in the bike lane being whacked by mirrors of passing vehicles. The line was painted to keep vehicles away from the very edge of the footpath.
So, there is not a bike lane on Princes Bridge, only a pedestrian/bike shared path.